Alternatives to holding suspects hostage for amounts they can't pay are gaining traction nationwide.
Immigrants are regularly denied bail or offered bail that's too expensive, forcing them to stay in jail sometimes for years, waiting for their day in court.
We also hear about Noisey's new weekly roll call of emerging artists and discuss how the men's beauty market of South Korea could open a relatively new frontier of men's fashion in the West.
Then we meet Arthur Brand, a detective who operates within the black market of art, and hear about the surprising new album from Agoraphobic Nosebleed.
We also discuss the prospects of human hibernation and get culinary career advice from French legend Jacques Pépin.
"The largest bail we fronted money for was $500,000. It was for a doctor who had a clinic here in Vegas. He was re-using syringes and infecting people with hepatitis C."
The plan, which offers 3,000 low-level offenders supervised release in lieu of bail, will help “reduce both the financial and human costs of needless incarceration.”